Two Planks and a Passion Theatre Company has cancelled eight performances of its 2022 summer season due to a positive case of COVID-19 in the company.
Ticket holders have the option to re-book tickets for later in the season from August 23 to September 3.
“For live performance companies, COVID-19 is still a very significant obstacle that we are always navigating,” said artistic director Ken Schwartz in a press release. “In order to protect the health of the people who work with us and our patrons, we have made the difficult decision to cancel performances. However, we are optimistic that these decisions will result in our ability to finish our season on a high note.”
Two Planks is presenting two critically acclaimed productions this season— Unity (1918) by Kevin Kerr and The Stranger by fire by Ken Schwartz — at the Ross Creek Centre for the Arts near Canning.
Patrons are advised to book early for the final 16 performances. (https://artscentre.ca/two-planks-theatre/). The last A.S.L. interpreted performance of Unity (1918) has been rescheduled for August 28.
“We look forward to welcoming audiences back to our theatre on the 23rd of August for some excellent theatre in a spectacular setting,” said Schwartz.